Events

Tuesday, February 11

Group Exercise Classes

Group Exercise Classes

Try a new exercise class on Campus Rec's Spring Session 1 (Jan 22 - Mar 7) Group Exercise Schedule! Classes include Spin, Body Pump, Yoga, Pilates, TRX...

 
Library Lobby Display: African American Civil Rights  Before and Beyond: Inspiring Insights and Stories Yes, There’s An App For That!

Library Lobby Display: African American Civil...

Known as the “Father of Black History” Dr. Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950) established Negro History week in February 1926 to recognize the many contributions...

Carothers Library, Lobby  
National Student Exchange Information Booth

National Student Exchange Information Booth 9:00am

Come learn about domestic and international study opportunities through the National Student Exchange Program.

Memorial Union, Booth 1  
Providence Gallery: KUJIFUNZA Africa Teacher Foundation Exhibit, Jan 20-Feb 28 2014

Providence Gallery: KUJIFUNZA Africa Teacher... 9:00am

Reception Feb 5 has been rescheduled for Feb 26, 5:30-7:30 Event includes a film presentation and African Dance and Drumming Performance In Celebration of...

Feinstein Providence Campus, 1st and 2nd floor Lobby Gallery  
GlobaLinks Information Booth

GlobaLinks Information Booth 10:00am

The GlobaLinks representative, Julie Lohr, will be on campus to provide information on semester, AY, and short term study abroad options through GlobaLinks...

Memorial Union, Booth 2  
Compassion Meditation with Thupten Tendhar

Compassion Meditation with Thupten Tendhar 11:00am

Join Thupten Tendhar for a compassion meditation in honor of URI's 20th Annual LGBTQ Symposium.

Memorial Union, 318  
Chinese Tea Time (Conversation Hour)

Chinese Tea Time (Conversation Hour) 3:30pm

For students of Chinese and native speakers. Join us for an hour of informal conversation in Mandarin!

Hillside Hall, Main Lounge  
L is for Lion with Annie Rachele Lanzillotto

L is for Lion with Annie Rachele Lanzillotto 4:00pm

Join us for a discussion with Annie Rachele Lanzillotto, author of L is for Lion: An Italian Bronx Butch Freedom Memoir.

Pharmacy Building, 170  
Free Gong Bath and Guided Meditation

Free Gong Bath and Guided Meditation 5:30pm

Come and enjoy a spiritual sound healing session with a free Gong Bath and guided meditation hosted by the Seekers Meditation Club and performed by Kelly...

Multicultural Center, Room 005  
Mercury

Mercury 6:00pm

Mercury is a discussion group about gender and sexual fluidity. Past discussions have included asexuality, polyamory, being gender-queer, and more.

Adams Hall, 111  
SPIRIT/SingOUT

SPIRIT/SingOUT 6:00pm

Running on alternating weeks, SPIRIT offers an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to come together and explore spirituality and social justice...

St. Augustines Chapel  
Cher in the Spotlight: Love Free or Die

Cher in the Spotlight: Love Free or Die 7:00pm

Join Cher in the Spotlight for a special screening and discussion of Love Free or Die, a documentary about Bishop Gene Robinson.

Pharmacy Building, 170  

Tuesday, February 11

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